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2015 Summer Internship Spotlight: Shanice Martin, Enterprise

Name: Shanice Martin Major: Marketing Hometown: Arlington, Texas Expected Graduation Date: Spring 2016 Internship: Enterprise This summer, Shanice Martin is interning with Enterprise in Arlington, Texas, where she is working in the sales department. As a marketing major, Shanice is applying the skills learned in the classroom and preparing herself for success after graduation. Thus far, […]

“Low Inflation Is Still Too High for Bank Depositors” – Dr. Scott E. Hein

Dr. Scott E. Hein, Robert C. Brown Chair in Finance at the Rawls College of Business, shared his views on inflation. For any questions or to receive more information, contact Dr. Hein at scott.hein@ttu.edu. Low Inflation Is Still Too High for Bank Depositors It’s a well-known fact that the Federal Reserve aims for an inflation […]

Jerry Trevino Honored as Staff Employee of the Quarter

Jerry Trevino, who works as a Senior Analyst for the Rawls College of Business, has been awarded the Rawls College Staff Employee of the Quarter. Jerry joined the Rawls College in February 2014, after working in the finance industry for 17 years since obtaining his bachelor’s in accounting from Wayland Baptist University. In his current […]

Legacy of Teaching Passed from Father to Son: Dr. Bill Pasewark and His Dad

This story was provided by George Watson, senior editor for the Texas Tech University Office of Communications and Marketing. Both father and son have taught business at Texas Tech, but their relationship goes way beyond their profession. Sharing the same name, profession and co-authorship has created a unique father-son relationship for Bill Pasewark Sr. and […]

2015 Summer Internship Spotlight: Bobby Akinboro, Microsoft

Name: Bobby Akinboro Major: Management Information Systems Hometown: Born in Lagos, Nigeria, then moved to America where he was raised in Arlington, Texas Expected Graduation Date: August 2015 Internship: Microsoft Bobby Akinboro graduates from the Rawls College next month with his bachelor’s degree in Management Information Systems. Throughout his time in college, he has become […]

Rawls Ph.D. Student Participated in 2015 Big Data Summer Program in China

From June 7-19, Weihong Ning, an MIS Ph.D. student, participated in the 2015 “Big Data and Business Analytics” summer program in Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT) in China. He was among the 207 students (including Ph.D., master’s and undergraduate levels) around the world who were admitted into the program based on research experience and academic […]

“Price Stability and the Fed’s Inflation Goal” – Dr. Scott E. Hein

Dr. Scott E. Hein, Robert C. Brown Chair in Finance at the Rawls College of Business, shared his views on the Federal Reserve’s policies. For any questions or to receive more information, contact Dr. Hein at scott.hein@ttu.edu. Price Stability and the Fed’s Inflation Goal There are many things that the Federal Reserve (Fed) is doing […]

2015 Summer Internship Spotlight: BaLeigh Waldrop, PwC

Name: BaLeigh Waldrop Major: 150-hour Program in Accounting (Taxation) Hometown: Hobbs, New Mexico Expected Graduation Date: August 2016 Internship: PwC BaLeigh Waldrop is set to graduate from the Rawls College with both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Accounting, with a concentration in Taxation. Since joining Texas Tech and the Rawls College of Business four […]

Rawls Marketing Faculty Ranks in Top 50 for Research Impact

Marketing faculty research at the Rawls College of Business was ranked No. 48 among the top 500 research universities in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The study, “Research performance of marketing academics and departments: An international comparison” examined the research impact of researchers at 500 top universities. The study’s […]

Rawls College of Business Breaks Ground on Phase II of Building

The Rawls College of Business at Texas Tech University officially broke ground Wednesday morning on a $15 million expansion project that will result in a new west wing for the college’s existing building. The new three-story, 38,000-square-foot addition, approved by the Texas Tech Board of Regents, will match the current building’s architecture and was designed […]